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Research

From the idea to practical application.

 
As a university of applied sciences we carry out regional and cross-border research projects for and in collaboration with partners. We promote sustainable concepts, combining creative impetus with a solution and market-oriented approach for the benefit of society. Our university is committed to driving innovation in Styria and beyond.
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Did you know, …

… that our Health Perception Lab reflects the spirit of the age?

We work as interdisciplinary teams in the Health Perception Lab, carrying out applied research in the field of sensory perception. Our research focuses on sustainable health promotion, prevention and treatment.

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Did you know, …

… that we encourage entrepreneurial thinking and action, as well as promoting pleasure in creativity and innovation?

We work in partnership to actively transfer knowledge between academia, research, business and society.

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Did you know, …

… that our research drives innovation and stimulates the Styrian economy?

We achieve this by collaborating on research projects and by generating innovative ideas.

Josef Ressel Zentrum für die Erforschung von Prädispositionen der perinatalen metabolischen Programmierung von Adipositas 18

Did you know, …

… that we are conducting research into obesity in early childhood?

The Josef Ressel Centre for research into predisposition to perinatal metabolic programming of obesity is exploring the key question of how nutrition in early childhood may be linked with obesity.

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Did you know, …

… that we are in good company?

Our projects are designed to benefit society and contribute to creating a sustainable environment. We are proud to work together with a range of partners from business and society in our research.

Josef Ressel Zentrum für Dünnglastechnologie 9

Did you know, …

… that we are researching the use of very thin glass in construction?

Glass no thicker than a sheet of paper can be used to produce columns, beams and special building façade systems in the future. The Josef Ressel Centre for Thin Glass Technology is carrying out research to realise this potential.